Definition of Jiber
1. one that jibes [n -S] - See also: jibes
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Jiber
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Literary usage of Jiber
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Celtic Monthly: A Magazine for Highlanders (1902)
"What has Donald the jiber to say now 1 " asked the Litster, ... What am I to do then," asked the jiber, "that I may preserve the best blade in Lochaber from ..."
2. The Ancient Cornish Drama by Edwin Norris (1859)
"jiber, a beaver. [Not found in Welsh or Armoric. £efer=beber, biber; cf. ... but jiber in Latin.] rF1. ..."
3. The seasons by James Thomson (1824)
"With inward if Thence on th' ideal kingdom swift she turns - jiber' Her eye ; and instant, at her powerful glance Th' obedient phantoms vanish or appear; ..."